Encouraging well-being in community by effective tutoring and social capital building

Nycyk, Michael and Redsell, Margaret (2006). Encouraging well-being in community by effective tutoring and social capital building. Lifestyle Information Network.

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Title Encouraging well-being in community by effective tutoring and social capital building
Abstract/Summary Skylarkers 60 and Better Healthy Ageing is located in Inala Brisbane. The Program aims to enable older people at the local community level to participate in decisions and activities which affect their health and well-being. This report is a discussion of the research into the computer skilling program for older adults.
Keyword Older adults
Computer training
Healthy ageing
Publisher Lifestyle Information Network
Date 2006-06-01
Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines 170102 Developmental Psychology and Ageing
130213 Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy
Author Nycyk, Michael
Redsell, Margaret
Open Access Status Other
References Inala Exposed http://www.inalaexposed.com Queensland Health 2004, Health Determinants Queensland 2004 World Health Organization http://www.who.int/about/en
Additional Notes This article was formatted by the authors for publication but is not the published copy

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